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  • Article - Woman's World: "Pecuniary Dependents" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel (?-11-15)
    An article in the Woman's World column written by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article discusses the role of women once married and no longer a wage-earner. She states "Every feminine ...
  • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to "Frank", November 20 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn (?-11-20)
    A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to "Frank". The letter discusses her friend Franks books and her own. She also mentions the war, "They think me sorry for myself. Since the war began and I read the atrocities in the ...
  • Photograph - Wetherald Family 

    Unknown author (1861)
    A photograph of the Wetherald family. The reverse of the photograph labels the individuals as follows: "Top: James and William Jr. Bottom: Rachel (died 1862) - Mother Jemima - Father William Holding Jane - Samuel - ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "To Lace or Not to Lace" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-01-05)
    An article written in the Woman's World column by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article focuses on the negative impact of corsets for women and Wetherald states: "If some men did not ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "Advice to an Engaged Girl" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-05-28)
    An article written in the Woman's World column by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. She discusses the type of men that a girl should marry and those she should avoid. She also mentions that you ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "A word on Woman Suffrage" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-06-05)
    An article from the column Woman's World written by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article makes an argument for the equal rights of women as Wetherald states "From the discovery that she ...
  • Article - Woman's World "The Right Not to Vote" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-06-16)
    An article from the column Woman's World by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article discusses a woman's right to vote, Wetherald writes "It is always easier to leave things are they are than ...
  • Article - Womans World: "Getting a New Dress" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-07-20)
    An article about the process of having a dress made, written by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The final paragraph reads: "This is all that has to be endured on the first day. But you have a ...
  • Photograph - Herbert Wetherald, 1899 

    Unknown author (1899)
    A photograph of Herbert Wetherald in the year 1899 at the age of 27.
  • Illustration - Drawing of Pig while Blindfolded, C.E. Long 

    Unknown author (1900-08-21)
    The illustration of a pig is part of an autograph book collection of Ethelwyn Wetherald. Her guest book consists of drawings of pigs her guests create while blindfolded. The signature of each guest accompanies the illustration. ...
  • Poem "The Failure" 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1901-08-17)
    A poem that has been clipped from a newspaper page. The poem is entitled "The Failure" and reads: "A Failure who had ne'er achieved Self-victory at last lay dead. 'Poor Failure!' Thus his neighbors grieved; His ...
  • Photograph - Dorothy Wetherald 

    Unknown author (1916)
    A photograph of Ethelwyn Wetherald's adopted daughter Dorothy Wetherald. Dorothy is around 5 years of age at the time of the photograph.
  • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple, 1918 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1918-09-23)
    A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple that reads: "Dear Miss Dalrymple, I was glad to get your note of condolence because of the kindness that prompted it and because it gives me an opportunity to tell you ...
  • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mrs. Pope, 1920 

    Unknown author (1920)
    Mrs. Pope had written to Ethelywn Wetherald while on her wedding trip. Ethelwyn responds and tells of "the happiest weeks of my life were spent with a friend at an island in the St. Lawrence. Two poets from Toronto and ...
  • Photograph - Ethelwyn Wetherald with others 

    Unknown author (1920s)
    A photograph of several women sitting together with Ethelwyn Wetherald. The reverse of the photos indicates this was around the 1920s at the Tall Evergreens home of Ethelwyn Wetherald. It also mentions that from left to ...
  • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mrs. Page 1921 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1921-01-25)
    A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mrs. Page. In the letter she mentions some hardships with her brother Herbert, "I am very busing, as usual, dividing my time up between my brother, the housework, the writing I love to ...
  • Photograph - Rockwood Academy 1925 (Rear of Building) 

    Unknown author (1925)
    A photograph of the rear of Rockwood Academy (birthplace of Ethelwyn Wetherald). The building shows a pile of sticks/branches.
  • Photograph - Ethelwyn Wetherald with Edith Dorland 

    Unknown author (1930s)
    A photograph of Ethelwyn Wetherald with Edith Dorland at the Dorland home in Power Glen. The photograph is labelled 1930s.
  • Article - Ethelwyn Wetherald's Poetry, An Appreciation 

    Garvin, John W. (1931-10)
    An article of appreciation for the work of Ethelwyn Wetherald. The article includes a few of Wetherald's poems. The article begins "I may be regarded as almost a truism that if a poet be placed in any environment, ...
  • Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to "Frank", 

    Unknown author (1932-09-18)
    The letter to Frank discusses the hardship of the loss of her brother Herbert, it reads: "Dear Frank, Your sympathy and that of dear Elsie, was a real comfort to me in the hardest trial I have had to face. The feeling ...